Intel DH67BL

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1 Benchmark Reviews
"The moment is finally here, and Intel's Sandy Bridge is upon us. The long-awaited release of Intel's newest mainstream platform has arrived. The Sandy Bridge platform represents the tock cycle in Intel's 32nm construction process and promises to bring a lot of innovation to the table, especially where media is concerned. Benchmark Reviews is as interested in this new, mainstream, media-centric solution as anyone. In this article, we are shedding some light on the new H67 chipset through a detailed look at the Intel DH67BL Bearup Lake H67 Motherboard."
2 FunkyKit
"The Intel DH67BL motherboard is a good all-rounder that offers decent performance. It's perfect for any HTPC or media PC users, as it takes advantage of the processor graphics, as well as supporting all the new onboard features. It complements very well with Intel's new Sandy Bridge LGA 1155 processors ... call it "a match made in heaven"."
3 Au-Ja!
"You want to use Intel's new Sandy Bridge CPUs including their graphics core? Then you'll have to buy a mainboard based on Intel's chipset H67. While Intel's own DH67BL is quite cheap and pretty basic, the ECS H67H2-M offers a lot more features for a few more bucks. Both motherboards use a micro ATX design and both offer SATA 6 Gb/s as well as USB 3.0. But only one of these is worth buying..."
4 PCStats
"The microATX Intel DH67BL motherboard is equipped with one PCI Express 2.0 x16 videocard slot that runs with 16-lanes of bandwidth; rounding out the expansion slots are two PCI Express 2.0 x1 slots and one PCI slot. This MicroATX board has four 1.35v dual channel DDR3-1066/1333 memory slots which can accommodate up to 16GB of DDR3 RAM in 64-bit OS like Windows 7."